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BREAKING: Will Smith Being Sent to Live with Aunt and Uncle in Bel-Air


I laughed.


Ok, I have 4 days and 3 nights in New Orleans this May.

Haven't been there since the 80s, Mrs FSogol has never been. What are the absolute must doos? We usually rent a car, but parking looks awful. Any good options? TIA

In order to be on the highest court, you have to take questions from the lowest scum.- Frank Conniff


Josh Hawley talks about porn and child porn more than all US Senators combined. There must be a

reason for this. What ever could it be?


Surprise announcement at the hearing:

Someone admitted to being friends with Ted Cruz!

The Russians are losing so many generals they're gonna have to call up Mike Flynn from the bullpen.


I think the Senate just passed a bill to make daylight savings permanent.

WASHINGTON, March 15 (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate voted unanimously on Tuesday to make Daylight Savings Time permanent, a move supporters say would make winter afternoons brighter and end the twice changing of clocks.

The measure still needs approval from the U.S. House of Representatives and the backing of President Joe Biden. On Sunday, most of the United States resumed Daylight Savings Time, moving ahead one hour. The United States will resume standard time in November 2022.

Senator Marco Rubio said after input from airlines and broadcasters that supporters agreed that the change would not take place until November 2023.


Ukrainian boy, 11, traveled hundreds of miles alone to Slovakia, w/ only a passport & a plastic bag

An 11-year-old Ukrainian boy who fled his war-torn country alone — with only a plastic bag, a passport and a telephone number scrawled on his hand — has been hailed as a hero by Slovakian authorities.

His safe escape from Zaporizhzhia, a city that narrowly avoided a nuclear catastrophe on Friday after a projectile set part of a massive power plant on fire, is a rare bright moment in an increasingly brutal conflict.

“Little Hassan is only 11 years old, but in his way he has shown huge determination, courage and fearlessness that sometimes adults don’t have,” Roman Mikulec, Slovakia’s interior minister, wrote on his official Facebook page Monday after a meeting with the boy, who traveled hundreds of miles by train on his own.

Once he was safely over the border, customs officials and volunteers used a telephone number written on his hand to contact his relatives in the Slovakian capital, Bratislava, and they were reunited.


This applies to way too many people.

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